Larry Rudolph, Britney‘s longtime manager, is reportedly “in talks” with Broadway theater director and choreographer Jerry Mitchell (Kinky BootsOn Your Feet!) about turning Britney's discography into “a full-fledged theater production,” according to a Forbes interview.

“It would NOT be autobiographical,” Mitchell said, insisting the songs would be used to form “a fictional narrative, like Mamma Mia!” instead. (Or, gulp, the Spice Girls‘ ill-fated Viva Forever.)

And while Mitchell confirmed the conversation taking place, Forbes adds that no concrete plans have been made just yet: “Rudolph and Mitchell are still mulling over the idea, and no timeline has been announced.”

We shall keep you posted.

Source: popcrush